2018 Can-Am® Outlander™ DPS™ 450 UNMATCHED ALL-TERRAIN PERFORMANCE Raise your expectations, not your price range. Get the all-terrain performance you'd expect from Can-Am at the most accessible price ever. With the added comfort of Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS). Features may include: ROTAX 450 AND 570 ENGINE OPTIONS CATEGORY-LEADING PERFORMANCE Select from either a 38-hp single-cylinder, liquid-cooled Rotax 450 four-stroke or a 48-hp, eight-valve, liquid-cooled SOHC Rotax 570 V-Twin. The proven Rotax engines offer unmatched power and performance while remaining both reliable and efficient. TRI-MODE DYNAMIC POWER STEERING (DPS) PRECISION-ENGINEERED HANDLING The Tri-Mode Dynamic Power Steering (DPS) offers easy steering assistance to the rider, adapting the level to the vehicle's speed. At lower speed, assistance is increased to reduce steering effort while at higher speed it is reduced to keep maximum steering feel to the rider. On top of that, it is possible choose between three modes to match each rider's preferences. 12-IN. (30.5 CM) CAST-ALUMINUM WHEELS WITH 25-IN. (63.5 CM) TIRES DURABLE WHEELS Centerless 12-in (30.5 cm) cast-aluminum wheels reduce weight and offer improved strength in strategic areas. The wheels are wrapped in 25-in. (63.5 cm) Carlisle Trail Wolf Tires for rugged performance on tough terrain and changing conditions. TORSIONAL TRAILING ARM INDEPENDENT (TTI) REAR SUSPENSION ELIMINATES SCRUB AND CAMBER CHANGES The industry's only independent rear suspension where the rear wheels pivot up and down in a vertical line rather than a more cumbersome butterfly motion. It is also strategically designed to offer point-and-shoot handling, optimal traction and the efficient transferring of power to the ground. With 5 preload settings on the shocks and 8.8 inches (22 cm) of suspension travel, the Outlander soaks up rough terrain to keep the rider comfortable and focused on the trail. DOUBLE A-ARM FRONT SUSPENSION BETTER STEERING FEEL Includes dive-control geometry for better cornering and vehicle-braking dynamics. The 9-in (22.9 cm) suspension travel increases trail comfort and capabilities in rough terrain.